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This week is a special a double feature! First, Phil talks to Esau McCaulley about his recent NY Times editorial about President Biden's vengeance against terrorists in Afghanistan. McCaulley asks why so few Christian politicians seem to have Christian instincts, and what role should forgiveness have in American foreign policy. Then, Skye interviews author and podcaster Jamie Ivey about her experience as a white mom raising black kids, how it's changed her understanding of race, and why she no longer believes love can solve every problem. Also this week—new polling indicates a frightening number of people on both the right and left want to disunite the country. Are we on a path toward civil war, and is social media to blame? News Segment Trump voters are worried about anti-white discrimination and think Christianity is under attack [4:00] https://news.yahoo.com/84-trump-voters-worry-discrimination-143538052.html https://twitter.com/robertpjones/status/1447601670595223557 People on the right and left wanting to disunite the country [15:10] https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-10050039/More-HALF-Trump-voters-want-red-states-secede-union.html Interview w/ Esau McCaulley Interview Start: [25:41] “The Dangerous Politics of ‘We Will Not Forgive'” https://www.nytimes.com/2021/09/19/opinion/revenge-forgiveness-terrorism-biden.html “Reading While Black” https://amzn.to/3lxPtx5 Interview with Jamie Ivey: The Happy Hour with Jamie Ivey: https://www.jamieivey.com/podcast-2/ “God Made You to Be You” https://amzn.to/3BEHmnX Ivey Family Interview with Emmanuel Acho: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ONTXrsvenUY Interview Start: [54:14] The decision to adopt [58:48] Jamie's background [1:00:54] Parenting differently and the church's response [1:08:54] Connecting kids with black heritage [1:19:50] Frustration and hope with the church [1:28:12] The Holy Post is supported by our listeners. We may earn affiliate commissions through links listed here. As an Amazon Associate, we earn from qualifying purchases.
Former NFL linebacker and two-time Emmy winner Emmanuel Acho, Clemson running back Darien Rencher and AP Pro Football Writer Barry Wilner join host Rob Maaddi. Acho discusses which rookie quarterback is best set up for success, the NCAA's new NIL rules and more. Rencher discusses his journey from walk-on to sixth-year senior. Wilner looks back at Brady vs. Belichick and ahead to a rematch of the AFC championship game this weekend.
What's the reward for not calculating your every move? Emmanuel Acho, the Emmy-winning host of the popular series Uncomfortable Conversations with a Black Man, NY Times best-selling author, and former NFL player, opens up about how his actions are so carefully planned that he feels more like a robot than a human. When the hosts challenge him, which Emmanuel admits he's not used to, he embraces it with honesty and begins to realize that his logical plan doesn't quite fit with his happiness plan. Emmanuel inspires us to reflect on who we want to be as he leans into the weight of the armor he's wearing and wrestles in real-time with the rewards of taking it off. New episodes every Monday
Against all odds, God is still moving in real people's lives. Sam and Emmanuel Acho share personal stories of the importance of cheering on one another, telling each other difficult truths, and above all, encouraging a deep relationship with God.
Emmanuel Acho joins the JR SportBrief to breakdown the upcoming football weekend in both the NFL and NCAA. Acho gives his thoughts on which school can challenge Alabama and he answers who the weakest team in the NFC West is. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Are the Rams heading into Sunday as legitimate championship contenders? JR takes your calls on the Buccaneers-Rams game before speaking with Emmanuel Acho to breakdown the upcoming football weekend. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Rich recaps the Carolina Panthers' Thursday Night Football win over the Houston Texans and rookie QB Davis Mills, and puts on his Jets fan hat to react to Sam Darnold improving to 3-0 in Carolina after his disastrous tenure in New York. FOX Sports Host & Analyst Emmanuel Acho and Rich discuss if Justin Fields can permanently win the Bears' starting QB job from Andy Dalton and what Baker Mayfield still has to prove in order to take the Browns to the next level, if the NFL's emphasis on Taunting penalties is a waste of time, how the new NIL rules are changing the College Football landscape, and why he's sky high on his Rams-Chiefs Super Bowl prediction heading into NFL Week 3. Rich wraps up the hour explaining why he's picking the Rams to knock off Buccaneers in their big Week 3 matchup. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In this episode, Sharon sits down for an uncomfortable conversation with bestselling author and Emmy-nominated host, Emmanuel Acho. Known for his viral web series and book, “Uncomfortable Conversations with a Black Man,” Emmanuel is no stranger to navigating difficult conversations surrounding race in the United States. Emmanuel and Sharon dive head first into topics such as white privilege, teaching our children about race and the key messages of the social justice movement. Taught with grace, wisdom and unshakeable determination, Emmanuel provides tactical ways to combat ignorance, administer justice and treat others with empathy. For more information on this episode including all resources and links discussed go to https://www.sharonmcmahon.com/podcast
Joy Taylor dives into the opening week of the NFL season and highlights the most intriguing matchups. Joy explains why the drama between the Packers and Aaron Rodgers was easily avoidable. Cam Newton is right about his "aura" being a distraction. Plus, Joy makes her divisional and Super Bowl picks! Guests include: Jason Taylor - NFL Hall of Fame DE, Emmanuel Acho - Speak For Yourself, FOX College Football Analyst, MJ Acosta - NFL Total Access on NFL Network, Liv Moods - The Volume Sports, FanDuel Sportsbook Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
Looking to Escape the Pain? After I had a really hard July, I mentioned in Aug I'd be publishing this in Sept and here it is "Affirmations for Helping Yourself and Not Hurting Yourself" The sister episode to this one is Episode 149 Feeling Triggered Want ad free versions? Go to AffirmationPod.com/Join Black Lives Matter On his YouTube channel, Emmanuel Acho shares what he calls "Uncomfortable Conversations With a Black Man" and it's worth watching if you haven't checked it out yet. Emmanuel Acho Photo Credit: Chris Pavlica WANT MORE EPISODES LIKE THIS ONE? Episode 322 Mental Health Pep Talk Episode 204 It's Okay to Not Be Okay Episode 201 Feeling Raw and Vulnerable Episode 164 Stuffing Feelings and Emotionally Backed Up Episode 158 I'm Not the Only One Episode 139 Receiving Love Episode 65 Owning Happiness and Releasing Victim Mode LISTENER LOVE ❤️ "Wonderful thoughts from one of the best podcasts for finding a positive thoughtful frame of mind. Josie you are so wonderful! We are lucky to have you in this world." - Ervynn Tyler McFalls "My go-to podcast when I need motivation and powerful affirmations. Love the quick self-compassion and self-love affirmations by Affirmation Pod!" - Nihan Gorkem "Honestly, I know I've gone on about it before, but I just can't recommend Affirmation Pod enough!" - Tiah Eckhart "I feel so good this morning because I'm getting back to a routine. I found Affirmation Pod that I listen to and it's really relaxing." - Jen Stancill "I would highly recommend Affirmation Pod if you often feel anxious/overwhelmed. This is my go-to podcast when I feel down. It's filled with love, light, positivity and everything else your mind and soul needs." - Arielle François What's in your self-care toolbox?
Have you listened to The Lil Wayne Interview with Emmanuel Acho? “Uncomfortable Conversations” Recap Triggers, Feeling Unheard, Following your Dreams and being told You can't? Let's talk about it! Therapist with a passion and a neck roll
How A Cop Saved Lil Wayne's Life A huge part of the Lil Wayne narrative when he first came on the seen was the Lil Wayne cop story. After Google really took off, people wanted to know who is the cop that saved Lil Wayne? His name is Uncle Bob. And in this Lil Wayne Interview with Emmanuel Acho, Lil Wayne opens up about his mental health issues and his suicidal thoughts. Lil Wayne “I pulled the trigger” should be something that catches everyone attention and makes then stop and listen. Sell My Course and I'll Pay You $1000 No Cap
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A Tread fix is being rolled out. John Mills joins us to discuss Peloton ending their Century shirts for digital members. Dr. Jenn - Remembering to celebrate fitness milestones. Peloton sued for improperly charging sales tax. Peloton sued for trademark infringement by Peloton Cold Brew. Business Insider writes about how quickly Peloton can change your life. Fitnessista gives her favorite gym-free cardio options. Mirage News reports on Peloton Australia Angelo joins us to discuss calories. Is it really as simple as calories in vs. calories out? Christine D'Ercole gets engaged. Cody Rigsby celebrates 7-years at Peloton. Ross Rayburn gets a new house and Bike+ to go with it. Tunde talks to Emmanuel Acho on Facebook. People covers Ally Love's wedding. Bustle has fitness tips and mental health motivation from Kendall Toole. The Kit talks to Jess Sims about chasing your dreams. A past guest update from Kristin Fleschner. The latest artist collaboration features Disney. Birthdays - Jilly Foley (8/20), Clip Out Crystal (8/20), Aditi Shah (8/24_ All this plus our interview with Ali Feller! Love the show? Subscribe, rate, review, and share! Here's How » Join The Clip Out community today: theclipout.com The Clip Out Facebook The Clip Out Twitter The Clip Out Instagram
In this week's installment in their series looking at current challenging topics within the workplace, Maria and Michelle revisit the ever crucial subject of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI). The absolutely critical nature of this topic is evident through the fact that it arises in so many episodes of the REL Talk podcast, and, with the employee's job market out there these days, its importance has become even more magnified. Organizations that do not effectively address it do so at their own peril, and today our hosts offer their perspective and advice to help ensure that doesn't happen. They begin by reviewing some of Nikki Lerner's insights from a previous episode, as well as some of Emmanuel Acho's work, before examining the challenges that companies are currently experiencing in the DEI space. They then explore the nature and need for uncomfortable conversations, the importance of educating ourselves, the ‘ladder of inference', and white privilege. How to get help for your organization, including providing employees with the tools for success and ensuring top down leadership in commitment, are also discussed, and the episode closes with our hosts outlining some of the ways that professionals from REL Talent can help your organization. As noted in this episode, “DEI is the future of business if you want to be successful” – listen in today to learn how to continue moving forward toward achieving that success. The Finer Details of This Episode: Some of Nikki Lerner's insights from a previous episode Emmanuel Acho's work Challenges that companies are having in the DEI space Uncomfortable conversations and being able to lead them Educating ourselves The ladder of inference White privilege Getting help around D, E, and I for your organization Providing employees with the tools for success Top down leadership How REL Talent can help Quotes: “We're not even all speaking the same language. We're not on the same page right now. And we don't see everything from the same perspective.” “White history is mandatory for all races.” “We had a belief that we could elevate ourselves faster if we removed ourselves, or separated ourselves, from people of color.” “You do have to be comfortable with being uncomfortable.” “I want us to get to a point where humans are treated like humans because of what makes them special, and we don't have to have Diversity, Equity Inclusion Officers, because it's done automatically.” “Until you start to peel back all of those layers, and all of those biases, and all of those stories that you've been told your whole life, you're not going to change the way you approach people.” “Organizations are challenged with putting things in places, but I also feel like it could be that they're putting in their own biases and stereotypes.” “You need to spend a day in a life or have your white kids go to an underprivileged school to figure out what the hell that means.” “You've got to start bringing someone in who is prepared to have uncomfortable conversations, who's prepared to challenge folks when they say the wrong thing.” “When you give an order, it doesn't matter if your intent is good. It matters how your employee received it.” “A lot of organizations decided to hire a Chief Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Officer, because I think they found that that was a critical component.” “I think understanding and identifying what your biases are, so you can look past those, are also the most critical component…if I had to give some feedback for individuals listening, that's what you need to do. First.” Show Links: REL Talent: HR Consulting Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion: Laying the Foundation with Culture Coach, Nikki Lerner Emmanuel Acho's ‘Uncomfortable Conversations With A Black Man'
The Brothers are back with episode 28 of Season two. Tonight we are discussing the book, Uncomfortable Conversations with a Black Man by Emmanuel Acho. We discuss who we are, implicit biases (race-related), and some of the reasons why the Black family have been broken apart. Most important, we did what the Brothers do; come join us in this conversation. This week on the Brothers from the 818. Website: www.brothersfromthe818.com Facebook: www.facebook.com/brothersfromthe818 YouTube: www.youtube.com/brothersfromthe818 Instagram: @Brothersfromthe818 Twitter: @818Brothers
Hustlers! Today we speak with former NFL linebacker and Fox Sports 1 analyst Emmanuel Acho about getting into broadcasting, public persona, partnering with Oprah and McConaughey, fitness and nutrition, and his New York Times best-selling book Uncomfortable Conversations With A Black Boy. We also chat with The Profit's Marcus Lemonis about how he stays authentic despite being a billionaire, getting a loan from a bank despite getting denied, student athletes/NIL, his new podcast, the success of The Profit, and more. Finally, we talk with Rootine co-founder Rachel Sanders about how Rootine is different from other nutrition companies, the integration of artificial intelligence, the importance of nutrition, and building a business. Thanks for tuning in. Much love.
Nigerian-American former NFL linebacker and Author of “Uncomfortable Conversations with a Black Man”, Emmanuel Acho, joins Kaitlyn to provide a very open, honest and insightful discussion on race. After being interviewed by Matthew McConaughey and Oprah, Emmanuel landed the position of Host of “After the Final Rose” on Matt James' season of the Bachelor which was ultimately defined by racial controversy. Attending an affluent White school while he was growing up and unknowingly being subject of racist comments and with an intention now to change the world, Emmanuel is using his voice to be a powerful bridge between Black people and White people to address questions that many do not want to answer. Emmanuel also shares publicly for the first time his thoughts on Matt James and Rachael Kirkconnell getting back together despite the controversy. You can find Emmanuel on IG at @emmanuelacho And the concluding segment on this episode is a mini interview with June's Pump Your Tires LGBTQ2+ Small Business winner @projectopenbooks! CROCS - For that year-round summery vibe that's stylish, you gotta check out the tulum sandal by Crocs. Head to crocs.com to buy yours. TALKSPACE - Go to talkspace.com and use code VINE to get $100 off of your first month. CREDIT KARMA - Go to creditkarma.com/winmoney to sign up for free and start winning instant karma. STRAIGHT TALK - Tune out the nonsense and tune in to Straight Talk Wireless. Straight Talk Wireless. No contract. No compromise. GEICO - Go to geico.com and in 15 minutes you could be saving 15% or more on car insurance. OXICLEAN - Visit oxicleancoupons.com where a coupon is waiting for you.
Emma hosts Van Gosse, Professor and Associate Chair of History at Franklin & Marshall University, to discuss his recent book “The First Reconstruction: Black Politics in America from the Revolution to the Civil War,” on the political role of Black folks before their constitutional emancipation, and how their pre-Civil War work has been erased over time. Beginning with the Revolutionary War, Professor Gosse walks through how emancipation did not start in 1863, but began in the north immediately following independence – even including enfranchisement for both Black taxpayers and women, with 10 of 13 colonies having no racial bar for voting at the time of the Dred Scott decision. He and Emma look into the different forms of emancipation following the revolution, and how northern New England saw a judicial, rather than gradual, emancipation, with Black people holding party offices, working polls, and taking part in patronage, before they touch on how white folks in New England would look to Black voters for validation of the Wigs' fight for manumission. Next, Van and Emma move onto the roles of Black constituencies in different states, with Philly serving as the center for free Black folk in the north and Black New Yorkers engaging in a massive multi-decade political project in the early 1800s to take on a drastically more political role. They conclude the interview with disenfranchisement as a tactic to rally white voters, the white-washing project in US history to obscure Black folks' role in fighting for progress, and explore the problematic nature of a progressive view of history. Emma rounds out the first half by watching Biden cling to his childhood dream of bipartisanship at his CNN Town Hall. And in the Fun Half: The crew discusses their most conservative takes, from gun ownership to modern art to the grandmother fashion aesthetic, Republicans' embrace over impending biblical disasters, and Ben Shapiro defends the billionaire space race with the popularly known fact that Jeff Bezos pays like allll of the taxes and totally self-funds, despite Jeff himself admitting that the money came from Amazon workers. Then, Nick from Japan calls in to talk taking on tech with more than just anti-trust, the crew discusses Emmanuel Acho emerging as the newest inflammatory sports personality, and whether Bitcoin has the capabilities of world peace, or if the aggregation of mass amounts of wealth maybe isn't conducive to peace and equity, plus, your calls and IMs! Join the Majority Report Discord! http://majoritydiscord.com/ Get all your MR merch at our store https://shop.majorityreportradio.com/ (Merch issues and concerns can be addressed here: firstname.lastname@example.org) You can now watch the livestream on Twitch Support the St. Vincent Nurses today as they continue to strike for a fair contract! https://action.massnurses.org/we-stand-with-st-vincents-nurses/ Subscribe to Discourse Blog, a newsletter and website for progressive essays and related fun partly run by AM Quickie writer Jack Crosbie. https://discourseblog.com/ Subscribe to AM Quickie writer Corey Pein's podcast News from Nowhere, at https://www.patreon.com/newsfromnowhere Check out The Letterhack's upcoming Kickstarter project for his new graphic novel! https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/milagrocomic/milagro-heroe-de-las-calles Check out Matt Binder's YouTube channel! Check out The Nomiki Show live at 3 pm ET on YouTube at patreon.com/thenomikishow Check out Matt's podcast, Literary Hangover, at Patreon.com/LiteraryHangover, or on iTunes. Check out Jamie's podcast, The Antifada, at patreon.com/theantifada, on iTunes, or at twitch.tv/theantifada (streaming every Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday at 7pm ET!) Follow the Majority Report crew on Twitter: @SamSeder @EmmaVigeland @MattBinder @MattLech @BF1nn
Former NFL linebacker and current Fox Sports personality, Emmanuel Acho, joins Matt and Stak on epsiode 96 of ALL THE SMOKE. Acho discusses his NFL career, NBA fandom, and his transition into media. Plus, he opens up about his controversial comments about USA track star Sha'Carri Richardson and talks social activism. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
EJ and MH are joined by Jordan Delegal (JD) on this episode of the ‘The Locker Room'. The fellas discuss Diversity and Inclusion or EDI in the sports world since the world witness George Floyd's death. Jordan led the discussion on how the big companies and organizations tend to use the phrase Diversity and Inclusion but apply it very differently. MH brought up how important sports is to lead the charge with Diversity & Inclusion in the workplace because of the nature of sports. EJ asked the group of the feelings everyone had in the workplace after watching George Floyd and how did it impact their work with counterparts.From George Floyd necessary, yet difficult conversations have taken place. ‘Conversations with a Black Man' by Emmanuel Acho started and have reflected in the workplace. Jordan led the discussion on how important the education is to our allies and who should be educating.EJ continued the discussion getting the guys thoughts on who leads in Diversity and Inclusion amongst the four major sports leagues (NBA, NFL, MLB & NHL). Everyone agreed that the NBA leads in this discussion and the other leagues, well we will leave that up to discussion. What's your thoughts?Finally, the discussion led to support groups in the workplace. Black Sports Professionals (BSP) groups have been in support and have created talent pools in the sports world. So much to unpack and gain with this one, tune in!For more Black in Sports additional content on our podcast see linktree: https://linktr.ee/blackinsports |Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/blackinsports | YouTube - @blackinsports | Instagram - @blackinsports | Twitter - @blackinsports | Website - https://www.blackinsports.com/ | Thank you & we appreciate you!#fortheculture #blackinsports #sportsbusiness #podcast #tellingblackstories #blackowner #Blackeffect #sportsbiz #BlackPlayersForChange #sportsnews #blackowned #blackmedia
Mike delivers an impassioned rant on the penalties or lack thereof for the insurrectionists at the Capitol plus we discuss Aaron Rodgers, how to talk about a dead dog with kids, and Emmanuel Acho. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Michelle and Emmanuel discuss the “language” barriers between races. Emmanuel explains why he started his “Uncomfortable Conversations” book and discussion series, being a black man growing up in a predominantly white neighborhood and finding his purpose. CHECK IN to this episode for a reminder to be patient and have conversations with people you may not understand. Follow Emmanuel on IG: @emmanuelacho Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
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Lila's cone of shame, fireworks kill NHL goalie, Meghan & Harry hire podcast staff, Chet Hanks cut off, Rachel Nichols v. Maria Taylor, Sha'Carri Richardson: weed > Olympics, and The Tomorrow War.Nick Castellanos has done it AGAIN with a well-placed awkward home run. The Tigers will send Gregory Soto to the All-Star game to join Nick in Colorado.The NBA Finals are underway with two teams from plebeian markets.Baby Phil Mickelson is willing to come back to Detroit, but ONLY if 50,000 people sign a petition to be really really nice.The Columbus Blue Jackets goaltender, Matiss Kivlenieks, died following a fireworks accident at Manny Legace's daughter's wedding in Novi.Toledo had the best Independence Day fireworks display. Thankfully this woman wasn't there.Lila and Trudi are on the same stuff and recovering nicely.In honor of Trudi's sweet shoulder scar, we revisit Michael Jackson's interview with Ed Bradley.MOVIES: Marc and BranDon highly recommend The Tomorrow War on Amazon Prime. J.K. Simmons is ripped now. If you want to pay a little more attention, watch No Sudden Move. The Mummy is one of the greatest franchises in movie history. Unfortunately, Brendan Fraser's career ended with this infamous hand clap. Stephen "The Dorff" Dorffman takes on Scarlett Johansson.The Secretary of State is in shambles.Britney Spears called 911 before her conservatorship meeting. Ronan Farrow has joined the mix. Elon Musk has joined the mix. Miley Cyrus has joined the mix. Larry Rudolph bails. The lawyers bail.Spotify is tired of Harry and Meghan doing NOTHING. We take a listen to previous content of Harry and Meghan's new producer. Marc's new title is Head of Content. BranDon's new title is Head of Audio.Joe Rogan is too big to cancel.4th of July Rage: People are upset that the "wrong" National Anthem and other people are upset that people are upset. Gwen Berry has bad past tweets. Rosanna Arquette will kneel for the National Anthem for THE REST OF HER LIFE! Fake outrage over the women's US soccer team and a 92-year-old WWII vet.Amber Heard had somebody have a baby for her. She should have had somebody name the kid.A TikTok strike. White people are committing "digital colonialism".Chet Hanks has been cut off by Tom and Rita Wilson.The AT&T girl continues to complain about her smoking hot sexy busty body, but appreciates the "online support".Phylicia Rashad is super sorry for her pro-Bill Cosby tweet.Nobody messes with LeBron James' kid or LeBron will make it all about himself.ESPN diversity battle: Rachel Nichols vs Maria Taylor.Stephen A. Smith is the greatest actor on General Hospital.Sha'Carri Richardson smoked weed and is no longer able to compete in the Olympics. She knows she messed up. Emmanuel Acho doesn't know how weed is used. Seth Rogen cries racism.Trevor Bauer is in a lot of trouble for his really rough sex.Social media is dumb but we're on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter (Drew and Mike Show, Marc Fellhauer, Trudi Daniels and BranDon).
Andy opens the hour with an argument going on with Louisville fans, Andy provides some advice, haymaker sound from Rummage, a brutal reality for some NIL, a terrible take from Emmanuel Acho, and a Dare update? See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Chris Egan of KING 5 joins Jason Puckett to discuss the upcoming 4th of July weekend, fireworks, dealing with jellyfish stings in Cabo, college athletes who will benefit via NIL changes. Emmanuel Acho with a really bad take about weed and javelins. Crosstalk with Ian Furness.
Having reached the final installment of their ‘Nope, That is Not What It Means' series, Michelle, and Maria shine their spotlight today on diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI). Each word carries considerable power on its own, and together they constitute a critical aspect of every organization, yet there remains a great deal of confusion surrounding them. Today, our hosts look at the reasons behind this confusion and, as always, provide clarity and their trademark valuable advice for all listeners. They begin by examining the confusion regarding DEI's importance, some challenges in the way it is done currently, and the need for true change through ‘getting comfortable with being uncomfortable'. They also highlight some excellent resources, the need for the alignment of clear understanding of DEI within an organization, and just how critical it is to continue to have discussions about them. A fitting conclusion to this crucial series, it provides the impetus, as Maria notes, to continue ‘elevating ourselves, elevate our games', and ‘making sure that we're taking that a step further'. The Finer Details of This Episode: Confusion as to how and why DEI is important Challenges in the way DEI is done in the workforce The need for true change Getting comfortable with being uncomfortable The importance of accessing resources such as Emmanuel Acho's work Clearly understanding each of the terms in diversity, equity and inclusion The need for having discussions on these terms Aligning clarity regarding DEI throughout the organization Quotes: “I think what happens, particularly with leaders who are not diverse, is it becomes a threshold or a number.” “Diversity is when everybody gets invited to the dance, and inclusion is being asked to dance.” “The entire point of diversity in a work environment is to bring people's differences.” “We will never get to a place of equity and inclusion until people can get comfortable being uncomfortable.” “We're still a society who encourages people who don't have white sounding names, like Michelle or Betty or Amanda, to put initials on their resume instead of their actual name.” “Getting hung up on a metric keeps you from focusing on the purpose or the intent behind the metric in the first place.” “Talk about things other than pay. Talk about promotional opportunities, talk about growth, talk about who you're bringing in, talk about what roles they have within the organization.” “It's getting us all aligned in the organization with the same language and the same philosophy around that word.” “Start with the foundation of the words, understanding meaning, and how you're going to apply the principle changes within the organization, and take that to the next level.” “We need to focus on making sure that we get, like, our words right, and we know the meaning of everything that we're applying in our organization.” Show Links: REL Talent: HR Consulting Emmanuel Acho's 'Uncomfortable Conversations' Books
Lisa and Reena are joined by guest Emmanuel Acho, former NFL linebacker, current FoxSports analyst, host of the YouTube hit "Uncomfortable Conversations With a Black Man," and author of a book by the same name. Most recently, Emmanuel wrote the instant #1 New York Times Bestseller "Uncomfortable Conversations With a Black Boy." In a discussion both wide-ranging and deep, Emmanuel tackles how to talk with our kids about the n-word, what we can do to address systemic racism and prejudice, and what it really means for parents and their children to act as allies. BOOK GIVEAWAY: Enter to win one of two copies of Uncomfortable Conversations with a Black Boy By Emmanuel Acho from the @asklisapodcast. 1. Follow us on Instagram, Facebook, and/or LinkedIn @asklisapodcast 2. Tag a friend and leave a comment (on Instagram/Facebook/LinkedIn) 3. Enter as many times as you'd like 4. For U.S. residents only (Give-away is not sponsored or endorsed by Instagram/Facebook/LinkedIn. It will close at 11:59 p.m. EST on 6/7/21. Winners will be chosen at random and books will be mailed to the winners.) Parent Promotion Objective Wellness is sponsoring this episode. Our listeners get 15% off their chocolate-y treat Sweet Calm made with 60% dark cacao, the calming ayurvedic herb ashwagandha, and magnesium. Calm your mind and rediscover your inner peace. Head to wwww.ObjectiveWellness.com and enter the ASKLISA promo code to get 15% off. Additional resources: https://www.drlisadamour.com/ Ask Lisa is produced by: Www.GoodTroubleProductions.com Be sure to follow us on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn @AskLisaPodcast, @LDamour, @ReenaNinan
Uncomfortable Conversations | Join bestselling author and former NFL player Emmanuel Acho as he shares important insights and perspectives on race, privilege, and having conversations to combat bias. Subscribe to the FranklinCovey On Leadership email newsletter and receive weekly videos, tools, articles, and podcasts to help you become a better leader. ow.ly/tH5E30kAxfj The Power of Being Persuadable: Leaders responsible for building organizational cultures must lead with a clear vision and strategy while simultaneously reflecting an openness for changing course as needed. https://resources.franklincovey.com/blog/the-power-of-being-persuadable Shift Your Paradigms: Get breakthrough results by assessing your mental maps. http://pages.franklincovey.com/2021-Q3-NL-May11_Newsletter-Tool-Download.html
After more than a year of being stuck at home in a pandemic, it’s no surprise siblings are getting on each other's nerves. Should parents step in - or step back - when kids start fighting? Dr. Lisa tackles this question and also explains how parents' approach to conflict can influence how kids fight with their siblings. Reena asks how parents can keep their cool when heads are getting hot, and whether kids can really learn to manage their own conflicts. Dr. Lisa describes strategies that work having seen them in action during a unique summer job. For Children Everywhere www.giveindia.org Give India helps individuals donate to NGO’s in India helping to fight the Covid-19 outbreak. Send us your questions for our upcoming podcast on talking to kids about race with author Emmanuel Acho. Send questions to email@example.com. Additional resources: https://www.drlisadamour.com Follow us on Instagram and Twitter @asklisapodcast
This week's interview edition of The Flagship Podcast features former Longhorns' and NFL defensive lineman Sam Acho, who helped cover the Orange-White game for Longhorn Network — and, of course, the older brother of former Longhorn linebacker Emmanuel Acho. This interview covers a lot of ground. Before we even get into Sam's thoughts about the Orange-White game and what he learned about the early stages of the 2021 team, we ask Sam the key behind becoming No. 2 all-time in recovered fumbles at Texas (nine). Acho also talks about his new book: "Let The World See You: How To Be Real In A World Full Of Fakes." Then, we get into the 2021 Texas football team and what Acho learned from the Orange-White game. We go through each position on defense, player by player, about what Acho likes and where there might still be some questions. Acho has some nice predictions for junior defensive lineman Moro Ojomo. On offense, Acho says he would "need a crystal ball" to figure out if the starting quarterback is going to be Casey Thompson or Hudson Card. Acho says he may be crazy, but he's excited about UT's offensive line, because he likes the chemistry he's seeing between certain players. When it comes to Bijan Robinson, count Acho among those who believe the sophomore running back is the next line of great backs at Texas. Acho gives his thoughts on the hiring of Steve Sarkisian and his staff and how well they're relating to players on the team. As far as expectations for the 2021 football team, Acho said fans should look for improvement throughout the season as opposed to a certain number of wins. Football season never ends on The Flagship Podcast, so enjoy this interview with Sam Acho. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Following his book “Uncomfortable Conversations With a Black Man,” author Emmanuel Acho shares the importance of writing his children’s book “Uncomfortable Conversations With a Black Boy” with the same theme and says he’s open to hosting the “Bachelor.” In Hot Topics, the co-hosts question if Americans are unwilling to let go of lockdown, react to the Olympics banning Black Lives Matter apparel, and more.
This episode Andrew & Lindsey talk about the racially charged After the Final Rose episode, hosted by Emmanuel Acho. We talk about the new Bachelorettes Katie & Michelle, Rachael taking accountability, and Matt sleeping around post-show while secretly seeing Rachael.Ana Luisa Get 15% jewelry and find the perfect Mother's Day gift with code BACHREPORTMD
On today's episode of Who's There, we begin downatthemetamucilbusinessconference before taking your calls about Gen Z's obsession with Criminal Minds, Kat Dennings and Brenda Song, the most important FICTIONAL Brendas, Nina Dobrev and Julianne Hough's new wine venture, the Cinnamon Toast Crunch + Shrimp incident (which is not fun, by the way), the rest of DNCE, and whether or not Liam Hemsworth knows... one of you. As always, call 619.WHO.THEM to leave questions, comment and concerns, and we may play your call on a future episode! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Juliet is joined by Wesley Morris to break down "After the Final Rose." They weigh in on the franchise's attempt at a televised reconciliation (20:35) before discussing the impact the show had on Matt James (31:25) and the moment Emmanuel Acho was thrust into (51:15). "The Reconciliation Must Be Televised" Host: Juliet Litman Guest: Wesley Morris
The day has finally come when this season of the Bachelor wraps up and the Broads are here to recap it. First they chat a little Bach nation news (Tayshia/Zac, new hosts for the show (!!!), potential BIP hookups), then they discuss the finale episode including Matt’s brother and mom meeting Michelle and Rachael, Matt’s nervousness, Chris Harrison being the worst, heartbreaking breakups, Matt’s final decision, and then After The Final Rose with Emmanuel Acho and all of the intense and important conversations had there. Thank you for joining us for the recaps of Matt’s Bachelor season, Broads! Join us THURSDAY for a wild and weird episode with comedian Craig Conant and FRIDAY for a Chatty Bros episode where Evan and Grayston recap Fantasy Suites/Finale/AFTR! THANKS TO OUR SPONSORS: PRETTY LITTER: Visit PRETTYLITTER.COM and use promo code CHATTY for 20% off your first order! ROTHYS: Check out the amazing shoes, bags, and masks available right now at ROTHYS.COM/CHATTY ARTICLE: Go to ARTICLE.COM/CHATTY to get $50 off your first purchase of $100 or more! FAB FIT FUN: Use coupon code CHATTY for $10 off your fist box at WWW.FABFITFUN.COM See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Juliet is joined by Van Lathan to discuss what we saw in "After the Final Rose" and the season finale of 'The Bachelor.' They talk through Matt's reasoning for why he's no longer with Rachael Kirkconnell (5:40), give their thoughts on Jon the Scorpio and Patty (31:10), and discuss Emmanuel Acho's performance as the host (50:50). Host: Juliet Litman Guest: Van Lathan
Van Lathan and Rachel Lindsay discuss the Rachel’s decision to deactivate her Instagram and Emmanuel Acho hosting "After the Final Rose" (0:00). Then they’re joined by hip-hop media personality DJ Akademiks to discuss his perception on the internet, Megan Thee Stallion’s career, Tekashi 69, Meek Mill, Drake’s album, and more (15:00). Then Van and Rachel discuss the new 'Superman' reboot (1:03:00), the controversy surrounding Taylor Nolan (1:12:00), and introduce a new segment, “Van’s Very Important Questions” (1:28:00).
Emmanuel Acho to Hose The Bachelor: After the Final Rose Special After Chris Harrison Steps Away (PEOPLE), 'Bachelor' alum Taylor Nolan apologizes for 'hurtful' past tweets (Page Six) Jonah Hill Posts Inspiring Message to Instagram (Instagram.com/JonahHill) Lady Gaga Dogs Found Tied To Pole in Alley (TMZ) Chrishell Stause accuses Keo Motsepe of 'playing the victim' after breakup (Page Six) Oatly enters Starbucks cafes nationwide as it prepares for a big year (CNBC) Real Housewives of Atlanta Recap The Morning Toast with Claudia (@girlwithnojob) and Jackie Oshry (@jackieoshry) Merch: https://shopmorningtoast.com/ The Morning Toast Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/themorningtoast Girl With No Job by Claudia Oshry: https://www.girlwithnojob.com/book (http://www.girlwithnojob.com)
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Roger Clinton spotted IRL & on YouTube, The Bachelor's new host, Drew Crime: Valentine Road, Jeremy Lin v. racism, Vanessa Bryant v. Evan Rachel Wood, and we talk to the Trump Unity Bridge after it was towed.MSU lost to Maryland and it has caused a rift between Marc and ML Elrick.Bill Maher and Drew have had it with Cancel Culture.Bachelor boomerang: Rachel Lindsay had to delete her Instagram because she's being bullied over the way she treated Chris Harrison. Speaking of which, Harrison has been replaced by Emmanuel Acho.We dig deep into why Van Lathan and Babcock came to blows at TMZ.Demi Lovato hates gender reveal parties like all normal people do, but for a different reason.Drew recaps Valentine Road. A documentary about the killing of Larry King (not THAT one). Meanwhile, Marc recommends Made You Look: A True Story About Fake Art.With the exception of today's winner, everybody was paying homage to Tiger Woods by wearing his power color... including OJ. Jeremy Lin said he has been called 'Coronavirus' on the court.LeBron James is really mad at Zlatan Ibrahimović.You should be black if you want to translate Amanda Gorman's poems into another language.Vanessa Bryant FINALLY got around to reading Evan Rachel Wood's tweet about Kobe.Marilyn Manson has another accuser number 11 come forward.A documentary on 19-year-old Billie Eilish is on the way.The Golden Globes are tonight, The star of tonight's show is clearly an advertisement.The Detroit Tigers are backTom Mazawey's new show on Woodward Sports Network debuts on Monday.Lady Gaga's dogs are back, but there are only more questions. Mostly about there being "no questions asked".Former NFL player, Louis Nix, has been found dead. What happened to his GoFundMe money?American Greed: GoFundMe Edition.Roger Clinton has been located and spotted We re-live his epic Farm Aid '93 appearance as we ring him up on the phone.Roger Stone is a helluva dancer.The Trump Unity bridge has been towed AGAIN! We check in with Rob Cortis and he tries to get us to buy his merch.Woody Allen is getting a defense from Alec Baldwin.Chelsea Handler needs you to know that her breasts are still great. She also hung out with Jeffrey Epstein.Oprah's interview with Harry and Meghan is the best interview she's ever done.Megyn Kelly and Bill Maher had a great chat.Alex Jones still hates his ex-wife.R. Kelly got vaccinated and you didn't.Social media is dumb but we're on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter (Drew and Mike Show, Marc Fellhauer, Trudi Daniels and BranDon).